In this video, I make the case that you shouldn't buy every firearm you possibly can.
It's been two years since I first started electroless nickel plating firearms, and I figured it was time for a two-year followup. The original post is located here. Although I posted that in October of 2009, I started using the kit in July of that year.
I am very pleased with the results. If you are familiar with the process, you may find the first few minutes of the video boring. If you aren't, it's a general description of the electroless nickel plating kit, which might be as good of a decision for you as it was for me.
As you can see here, Caswell was also impressed with my results.
Spike's Tactical sent two Dynacomps for me to review, so I installed them on a few AR-15s that looked as if they needed a spiffy new part - my 16" Spikes lightweight carbine and my 20" A5-type rifle. Here are my initial impressions after a few weeks with the devices.
The Dynacomps are priced at $89.95 and feature a Melonite finish.
I have a love/hate relationship with my Kimber 1911s, as those who have seen my Custom II review know.
I bought this Stainless II in 9mm almost three years ago, and shoot it quite often. In its original configuration, it was simply nonfunctional. However, it didn't take me too long to toss most of the Kimber parts and turn it into a very useful handgun. Would I do it over again? I don't know.
See the video for more.
Here is a three minute video on how not to shoot.
Edit: They've removed the above video, but here's a 4 minute video (from the same organization) titled "The Professionals," in which you will see no professional behavior or skills.
Thanks to John at No Lawyers, Only Guns and Money for the link.